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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Stress kills your beauty

by fashionhanker


Stress is increasing day by day thus disturbing our every sphere of life including our looks.

Stress can take a toll on a person physically and psychologically, it also can lead to dermatologic problems, such as acne, brittle nails or even hair loss. It's true that nothing can alter the genetic traits of our skin such as skin type, texture, color and pore size but our care and pamper can improve them. But healthy flawless and younger looking skin is a dream of every woman. Nearly every woman would like to spend a lot of dollars to achieve this aim as long as she has the equivalent economic ability.

Our skin is reflection of our inner physical and mental health. Under extreme amounts of ongoing daily stress, the hormone cortisol rises, causing an increase in oil production. Once the skin harbors excess amounts of oil, your pores can become clogged with sebum, giving way to acne.

All the beauty products are useless when you are under heavy emotional pressure. Emotional stresses disturb the body homeostasis that results in hormonal malfunctioning, impairment of body immunological functions and slows down the skin rejuvenation. Skin constantly renews itself. At young age the cell renewal process completes within 28 days but as we grow older the speed of this process slows down. When you are mental disturbance under heavy pressure, the process of cell renewal slows down, and your skin becomes more and more dry and never elastic as before. If you want to have beautiful skin, then you have to take care of your mental health, so keep far away from heavy stress.

Heightened levels of cortisol can have adverse effects on other parts of the body, too. This stress hormone affects fat metabolism, as well as fluid and salt retention, making you lose fat from areas where it's desired and store it in unwanted areas like your arms and back.

Stress also can directly lead to hair losing. Telogen effluvium is a very common hair loss problem that can occur up to three months after a stressful event. Stress affects people differently - some may lose their hair, or have a heart attack, even develop an ulcer.

When your body is stressed, it often releases histamines, which in turn can create itching, inflammation, rashes, and hives in those of us who are prone to those kinds of things. Even if stress doesn't show outward symptoms, it doesn't mean it's not lurking elsewhere in your body. Often, those who don't display stress in the form of acne, redness, excess oil production or weight gain actually produce more free radicals internally, which can lead to premature aging.

Pressure incessantly agonize your emotion, and wash out your beauty and passion for life. Stress is the first killer of women beauty. Far away from these beauty killer from now!

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